Destiny 2 Raid COUNTDOWN

Leigh Mccormick
September 14, 2017

Today marks the launch of Destiny 2's first Raid, Leviathan, which is now live and ready to be conquered.

The user notes that the raid will be "the most dynamic and technical" that we've seen from the developer to date, with a lengthy quest that will begin on planet Earth, as fireteams make their way through a number of enemies.

The new Destiny 2 Leviathan Raid will be similar to Destiny 1, It will have an increased power level with each encounter.

Writing on Twitter, Bungie director Luke Smith confirmed the requirements fans will need to have reached before they can undertake the "Leviathan" mission.

Once you start with Destiny 2, your first priority should be to complete the main story.

Power levels in Destiny 2 work the same way as Destiny Light levels. Raids are definitely the most engaging and interesting content of Destiny, and that will likely continue into Destiny 2.

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Now the max power level cap is 300.

Those who can conquer Leviathan will be awarded sweet exclusive loot and undoubtedly raise their Power level.

Recently PS4 Pro players have been reporting a game-crashing error message, so hopefully the maintenance will go some way towards fixing that.

"If you have witnessed the race to become the first to topple the final boss, you know we keep Raid info well under wraps".

Players will need to be in a power range of 260-280 if you want to capitalise on the raid, so the servers being down this afternoon is not going to help if you are aiming to get there fast. We've given you the when.

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